WWE News: WWE release special backstage footage of "Stone Cold" Steve Austin and the McMahon family
Fans get an insider's look at this wonderful WWE celebration.
What’s the story?
The WWE has released special backstage footage of “Stone Cold” Steve Austin and the McMahon family from RAW 25.
The footage features Austin and a few members of the McMahon family, alongside several other WWE Superstars, celebrating the former’s segment which transpired on RAW 25.
In case you didn’t know…
“Stone Cold” Steve Austin returned to WWE television programming for the 25th-anniversary episode of Monday Night RAW that took place on January 22nd, 2018.
The segment saw Austin interrupt Vince McMahon—who was in the midst of his promo alongside Stephanie and Shane McMahon.
The heart of the matter
The WWE Universe once again got to witness a throwback to one of the biggest rivalries in promotional history—between Steve Austin and Vince McMahon—as Austin delivered a “Stunner” to Shane, following which he also hit Vince with the Stunner.
Austin then proceeded to engage in his trademark beer-drinking celebration, as the fans cheered for Austin and the McMahons, after the amazing segment.
The latest clip released by WWE, as part of the “WWE 24” series, gives fans an insider’s view of the 25th-anniversary edition of Monday Night RAW. In the clip below, fans can watch Austin, Vince McMahon, Stephanie, Shane, as well as other Superstars such as John Cena, celebrate Austin’s aforementioned segment backstage—
Steve Austin presently pursues a career in Hollywood, whereas the WWE continues to move forward in its global expansion agenda—with company growth said to be at an all-time high.
Honestly speaking, it’s great to see WWE break down the fourth wall, and show fans that the world of professional wrestling is indeed a team effort, rather than an individual, selfish smash-and-grab, so to speak.
The pro-wrestling business and WWE entertains millions of fans the world over, owing to the fact that the performers work in conjunction with one another—maintaining professionalism and following the core fundamentals of teamwork to a T.